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Full text of "Metallurgy Of Cast Iron"

5oS                                        INDEX.
Iron-.
Refining and the character of pure..................162, 218
The metallic and non-metallic elements of...............202
Composition of atoms and molecules and number of elements  in   ........................................202-203
The general acceptance of the terms metal and metalloid
to define elements in.............................202-203
Method of distinguishing metallic from non-metallic elements in  ...........................................  2°3
Constituents of ....................................... 2I^
Definition of tenacity, elasticity, toughness, strength, brit-
tleness  and chill  of.................................  220
The evils of excessive impurities in-----............249, 250
Elements that constitute impurities in..................  249
Character of iron which shows the least impurities-----  250
The brand of, most free of impurities..................  250
A method of determining the metallic iron in.......... 251
Iron Mixtures and Analyses—
Utilizing  Bessemer  iron  in  making ingot  moulds  and
other  castings   .........................157, 253, 537, 558
Using ferro-silicon in emergency cases to make........  211
For stove plate and light machinery castings............
.................   253, 281-283, 299, 465, 537, 562, 566, 568
For medium weight gray iron castings... .253, 280, 299, 464
For  heavy gray iron castings.........................
.....................   253, 273-280, 299, 463, 537, 564, 570
Of stove plate, burnt grate bars, annealing pots and tin
sheet   scrap   .......................253, 296, 299, 466, 565
For cannons, guns, etc.253, 274, 275, 278, 279, 299, 460, 537 569
For   car  wheels   ........253, 267-271, 299, 462, 537, 566, 570
For chilled rolls.254, 265, 266,267, 299, 461, 536, 537, 564, 570
Methods for calculating the analyses of............ .255-257
Greater difficulty of making mixtures for chill than gray
castings   ............................................ 258
Factors to be considered in making chilled rolls........
.................................•-.......   259-261,263-265
General composition for chilled castings................262
Character of pig iron and scrap used for chilled rolls___265413